August 28, 2012
- Sherwin-Williams Recalls Dupli-Color Automotive Paint Due to Fire Hazard
This recall involves Dupli-Color Perfect Match™ automotive paint in green metallic. The liquid paint was sold in an 8-ounce spray paint can. Batch code "HL2031LN" is printed on the bottom of the can, along with UPC code 026916715036.
August 28, 2012
- Sherwin-Williams Recalls Tree House Acrylic Coating Due to Fire Hazard; Sold Exclusively at Hobby Lobby
This recall involves 11-ounce cans of Tree House Studio™ Clear Acrylic Matte Coating. The product was sold in a white aerosol can with Tree House Studio™ logo and the name "CLEAR ACRYLIC MATTE COATING" printed on the front. Batch date HL2081LT is printed on the bottom of the can, along with UPC code 724504103004.
August 28, 2012
- Sherwin-Williams Recalls Krylon Glaze and Acrylic Due to Fire Hazard
This recall involves 12-ounce cans of Krylon ® Triple Thick Glaze and 11-ounce Krylon® Indoor/Outdoor Crystal Clear satin acrylic finish. Batch code HL1311FV, HL2081KL or HL2081MN is printed on the bottom of the can, along with UPC code 075577005000 or 724504035305. The Krylon logo is printed on the front of the white spray can with a translucent top.
July 30, 2009
- Sherwin-Williams Recalls Purdy Scrapers Due to Laceration Hazard
The recalled scraper is a 2 ½” wide steel tool with a four-sided edge. The handle has a soft black grip with “Purdy” printed in red letters on the side of the handle.
May 5, 2009
- Wagner Spray Tech Recalls Paint Sprayers Due to Electrical Shock Hazard
This recall includes the Wagner Control Spray Plus Model 0414248. This model number can be found on a white label located on the side of the motor housing. The following date codes are affected by this recall and can be found stamped on the bottom of the motor housing near the air hose connection:
November 4, 2008
- Sherwin-Williams Co. Recalls Krylon UV Fabric Protector Due to Respiratory Hazard
The recall involves Krylon “Outdoor Spaces” UV Fabric Protector, which is an aerosol coating used to protect fabric. The part number (#2900) is printed above the UPC (724504029007) on the side of the can. The front of the 11-ounce aerosol can is tan with a picture of a patio containing outdoor furniture. “UV Fabric Protector” and “Outdoor Spaces” are also printed on the front of the can.
May 22, 2008
- Sure Grip Paint Brushes Recalled by Early Childhood Resources Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
The paint brushes were sold in multi-color packages of four. Only the yellow brushes are included in the recall. The paint brushes have a rounded cylinder body with tan bristle tip brushes and measure about 4 inches in height.
August 3, 2007
- Serious Facial Injury from Explosion of Aerosol Can Prompts Sherwin-Williams Recall;
Firm Warns Consumers Not to Handle Hi-Heat Coating Cans
The recall involves Thermo-Tec Hi-Heat aerosol coating used to color and protect Thermo-Tec automotive exhaust wrap. The part number (#12002) is printed above the UPC, and the date code (#B1815) is written on the bottom of the can. The 11-ounce aerosol can is mostly blue with orange and yellow flames and has an aluminum-colored cap. The can states "HI-HEAT COATING 2000°F" in large white letters on the front of the can.
July 2, 2001
- The Flood Co. Recall of Wood Strippers and Cleaners
July 30, 1997
- Aguarras Paint Thinner Recall by Mardo International